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U18's Show No Mercy
Posted by southstander on September 18 2006 - 06:50:15

U18's Win At HQ
By Matthew Horton

The Under 18ís took the first step on the Grand Final trail when they entertained Warrington Wolves at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on Sunday morning. The teams had met a recent as 2 weeks ago when the Rhinos were convincing 48-0 winners at Wilderspool.

The Rhinos were looking to bounce back from the defeat at St Helens last weekend.

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60

Rhinos

v

Wolves

12

U18's Academy

17th September 2006

U18's Show No Mercy

After a solid opening start from the visitors when they dominated both possession and field position it was the Rhinos who got first points on the board after 11 minutes. The ball moved right to Danny Allan and his superb little kick into the in goal area was pounced on by Ben Jones-Bishop. Four minutes later Leeds were in again, this time Simon Brown and Gareth Moore combining to send Jones-Bishop in for his second try of the game. This time Moore added the conversion from the sideline and Leeds were 10-0 up.

Warrington then hit back, after Leeds made an error in the set from the restart it gave the Wolves a starting point on the 20-metre line. The Leeds defence held but a kick on the last tackle from Craig White bounced awkwardly in front on Jones-Bishop and Liam Duffy was on hand to touch down. White converted and the gap was back to four points.

This spurred the Rhinos into action and they were next on the scoreboard in the 24th minute when Warrington full back Chris Murphy dropped a high kick from Simon Brown. Ben Jones-Bishop was the man on the spot and he raced away to complete his hat trick. 5 minutes later Murphy dropped yet another high kick from the Rhinos and this time from the scrum the ball was moved right, Danny Allan found Tom Burton and his offload enabled Gareth Moore to cross over. Moore converted both tries to leave the Rhinos 22-6 up.

The Rhinos were on a roll and began to score at will, two minutes later they were in again as they attacked from deep inside their own half. Simon Brown released Jodie Broughton on the 20-metre line, as he approached full back Murphy he had options both sides and it was Simon Brown who was there to complete the move from 40 metres out. Two minutes later Leeds were in again, this time Simon Brown and Mathew Fox combining to send Danny Allan in at the corner. Moore was unable to convert both tries but it sent the Rhinos into half time 30-6 up.

The Rhinos were not content to defend their lead and set about extending it 5 minutes into the second half. Again Simon Brown and Danny Allan were involved in the build up and it was Tom Burton who got to Allanís little kick through. Moore converted from the Southern touchline to put the Rhinos 36-6 up and one foot in next weeks Elimination Semi-Final.

Then the try of the afternoon, after a poor kick downfield from Warrington was fielded just inside the Leeds half by Tom Sheldrake you didnít think there was a lot on. That was until he passed the ball to Wayne Reittie and the winger showed great strength and determination to go trough the Warrington defence and on the outside of full back Murphy to touch down under the posts. Six minute later Leeds were in again and this try was a product of the Foundation Academy. Simon Brown finding Mathew Fox who sidestepped his way through the Warrington line and John Elkington was on his shoulder to collect the ball and go in from 20 metres out. Tom Sheldrake took over the kicking duties and converted both tries to take Leeds into 48-6 lead.

Leeds were now using 6 for this years Under 16ís side on the field at this point in the game but it didnít stop the points coming. In the 67th minute they were in again, when Danny Allan attacked the short side on the last tackle, he released David Leeke down the wing. He kicked the ball infield and debut making Danny Lawton was on hand to score with his first touch of the ball. After the try was scored there was a slight delay as Danny Allan and Liam Duffy were trading blows on the South Stand touchline, players from both teams rushed in and the biff was back. One player nearly went over the South Stand wall and into the terrace. Referee James Child put both Allan and Duffy into the Sin Bin and after the delay Simon Brown tagged on the conversion.

There was time for one more try from the Rhinos and it came with 5 minutes left, and again Simon Brown was involved in the build up. He released Jodie Broughton down the Northern touchline and Danny Lawton was on hand again to pick up his second try of the game. Simon Brown converted to take the Rhinos to 60 points.

Credit to the Wolves, they didnít give up and had the last say when on the last play of the match Paul Reynolds got on the outside of the Leeds cover before kicking the ball past Danny Lawton to regather and touch down. Craig White converted the try to take the final score to 60-12 in favour of the Rhinos.

The Rhinos bounced back from the disappointment last week in a big way with many start performers. Ben Jones-Bishop with his early hat trick impressed, as did Liam Brown in the second row until both were forced off with minor knocks. Danny Allan had one of his best games of the season but the SouthStander.com man of the match went to Simon Brown, he was the catalyst behind the victory.

The Rhinos move on to face either Wigan Warriors or Hull FC at home in the next round, a date has yet to be confirmed for this fixture. Check www.leedsrugby.com for details.

Match Facts

Rhinos
Wolves
No.
Player
T
G
DG
No.
Player
T
G
DG
1
Sheldrake
2
1
Murphy
2
Jones-Bishop
3
2
Faulkner
3
Burton
1
3
Hurst
4
Broughton
4
Atherton
5
Reitte
1
5
Johal
6
Brown, s.
1
2
6
Thompson
7
Moore
1
4
7
White
1
1
8
Fawcett
8
Neal
9
McShane
9
Gandy
10
Elkington
1
10
Emmitt
1
11
Archibald
11
Mitchell
12
Brown, L.
12
Reynolds
13
Allan
1
13
Dean
14
Fox
14
Duffy
1
15
Lawton
2
15
Mellor
16
Clarkson
16
Caldwell
17
Leeke
17
McArthy

Kick Off:
11:00
Half-Time:
30-06
Referee:
J Child

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